A New Campaign for Hope House Children’s Hospice
Following the success of our Forget Me Not metal flower campaigns which spanned hospices across the UK, we are now working alongside Hope House to develop a whole new fundraising campaign involving metal butterflies! We have been working hard to develop the prototype samples for these new metalwork pieces and are very excited about the results so far.
These butterflies are a creative step towards developing something more unique and in tune with the children benefitting from Hope House’s amazing services. Hope House Children’s Hospice aim to provide care and support to life-limited children, young people and their families from Shropshire, Cheshire, North and Mid Wales. Their important services include respite, end-of-life care, counselling support, advocacy and the promotion of young people and carer’s rights. Everyone at Hope House work tirelessly to ensure that each patient receives the very best in individual care and their services are available 24hrs a day, 365 days a year.
Lynsey Kilvert – Hope House Hospice
Because of this, supporting Hope House with their creative vision surrounding this campaign is simply a no-brainer. The hospice is completely thrilled with the direction that the butterfly designs are going and are looking forward to seeing the final product in the coming months.
This new campaign is all a part of our continued efforts to facilitate and enable our national hospices to collectively raise a total of one million pounds in 2019. In 2018, we enabled a total of six hospices to achieve a whopping £179K through various Forget Me Not metal flower campaigns. In 2019, as part of our National Hospice Support Programme, we are hoping to quadruple our efforts towards reaching the million mark.
We are so proud to be playing a part in helping to raise these funds for such extraordinary causes through our metal support. Seeing all the joy that the flowers bring to the staff, patients and families involved is so rewarding and we hope that these new butterflies will be as well-received once they are fully developed!
For more information about Hope House and the paramount work that they do for young people and their families within our community, please visit their website here: https://www.hopehouse.org.uk/home.html